We're proud to announce a new paid internship scheme in June 2021. This internship has three streams: for students from Black, Asian and mixed heritage backgrounds; for women who might teach STEM subjects; and for men interested in teaching in primary education
Monday 29 March 2021, midday (for Black, Asian and mixed heritage students and for women in STEM)
Monday 5 April 2021, midday (for men in primary education)
What is it?
This paid internship is an exciting opportunity to explore the possibility of having a career in teaching or in education in general, while gaining experience and insights from professionals at the UK School of the Decade.
The internship offers a range of opportunities and training, applicable to teaching in all sectors. Interns will will also join our intern alumni network, and will be guaranteed interview when we advertise relevant jobs at the College.
Who is it for?
This year applications are only open to: students from Black, Asian and mixed heritage backgrounds; women who might teach STEM subjects; and men who might enjoy teaching in primary education.
Please note: this internship is for current undergraduates, post-graduates and recent graduates.
When is it, and what's included?
This internship runs for three weeks from 12 June 2021. There may be opportunities for interns to extend for a couple of weeks to deliver outreach programmes with local State schools.
Reasonable travel expenses to Brighton will be paid in line with the College travel policy and interns will be provided with all meals by the College, as well as receiving a weekly stipend of £300 and residing in College-provided accommodation for the duration of the internship.